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want growth. >> and we had no better growth than under bill clinton and that's what we're going back to. that works. >> that was a totally different economy. and the growth. >> how so? >> completely different. we wouldn't go into bill clinton's term of office with a trillion dollars a year worth of deficits. we didn't go into bill clinton's first term of office with government taking 24% gdp, we didn't do that. >> wait, wait we-- we inherited. stuart: i don't want to rewrite economic history i'm not going to let do you that. we took off-- america took off after newt gingrich and the republicans took control of congress in 1994, when the people, the economy could be assured that it would not be rash and outrageous spending. he stopped that and that's when the economy took off. and that's, by the way, that is when bill clinton actually lowered the rate on capital gains taxes. >> and raised taxes for-- on other income earners, so, here is what history will tell us, that it takes a democrat to clean up after a president named burn. we saw that with clinton after bush 41 we're going to see t
we can afford the story. then, i thought some of you ought to tell that to bill clinton. right sne had access to top secrets and fooling around with someone who wasn'tn't his wife. is f.there is good news, is that now that sex is involved may be the so called main stream media will show interest in benghazi. >> so you believe that the media has covered this fairly so far? what? these days ago? it's been all over the place. >> you can't ignore it. it's a story. and i'm not concerned and not interested in it. except as, if it pertains to policy such as benghazi. i'm thinking as i say, now that petraeus is... >> your theory is that we live in the united states of entertainment now, they have to cover. out of here! >> pretty much. and let's take a look at it this way from a political point of view. we keep hearing america is the center of the country. so i'm not sure it's center of right country. one. two, we keep hearing republicans have a problem with black soldiers and latinos and women, and young people. but far and way their biggest problem, biggest problem with republicans is wit
secrets so we can afford the story. then, i thought some of you ought to tell that to bill clinton. right sne had access to top secrets and fooling around with someone who wasn'tn't his wife. is f.there is good news, is that now that sex is involved may be the so called main stream media will show interest in benghazi. >> so you believe that the media has covered this fairly so far? what? these days ago? it's been all over the place. >> you can't ignore it. it's a story. and i'm not concerned and not interested in it. except as, if it pertains to policy such as benghazi. i'm thinking as i say, now that petraeus is... >> your theory is that we live in the united states of entertainment now, they have to cover. >> what about peters at the top of the program? being outrage bid time line? saying do you know what? this is another example. after the election, and on and on. does that matter? >> well, i don't know if it's true. if it's true, i guess it does. they've managed to bury the benghazi story. i mean, the media has said since romney didn't bring it up, they didn't feel obligation to brin
have affairs. bill clinton went on and president after the affair. not with an c.i.a. director. the truth is -- >> kimberly: but she sent e-mails, with the allegations threatening e-mails, large number of them and they were from a non- - -- >> juan: i agree but eric says that broadwell's comments shouldn't be -- >> eric: they're not relevant. >> juan: i think they are. kimberly said they were threatening. >> eric: a lot of people -- if the f.b.i. spent their time trying and finding and trying cases of threatening e-mails they would have no time to find terrorists. >> greg: they would be all over dana with what she says. what did you say about my dog? >> kimberly: i'll get you. >> dana: working with greg is the delightful thing. earlier in the first report bret baier said mrs. petraeus is reported to be furious. that might be using -- they might want to look in thesaurus and find a more strong adjective to describe it. i'm sure also they are heart broken. miss broadwell also is married and has two sons. a lot of heartache going here. hard to deal with it when you're by yourself.
they would if the top rate back up to 36% under bill clinton. americans for tax reform dictor maddi doppler, and steve moore. mahdi, that is my fear here. that because they don't want to cave on a headline like tax rate goes up, they will actually hur the rich more? what do you think? >> well, i tell you this not just that republicans are going to be steadfast on their a ac my be we're not see rate hikes but no hikes in forms of deducts and creditou have speaker boehner talking about open t new revenues we're talking talking abobout revenue from economic growth. you know even just one % of economy growth. we've seen the dismal growth, just 1%, would give you 280 billion-dollars, -- excuse me -- 2.8 trillion. neil: but. but. your definition of growth, i will let you finish. your definition of growth, which is a soup one, is not the -- sound one is not the president's definition of growt he wants that pro verbial tax hike head on the platter. >> the president talks about raising taxes on millionaires, he is talking about raising taxes on small business owners, we know that we looking at his b
that to bill clinton, right? because he also had aches is to top secrets and was fooling around with someone who wasn't his wife. if there is good news that comes out of this petraeus matter is that now that sex is involved. mainstream media will show a little interest in benghazi. >> so you believe that the media has covered this fairly so far, the petraeus thing? three days ago it broke? two days ago? all over the place. can't ignore it, obviously. >> no, you can't ignore it it's a story. and, you know, i'm not concerned -- i'm not interested in it except if it pertains at all to policy such as benghazi. i'm thinking, as i say, now that petraeus -- involved with sex. >> bill: your theory is we live in the united states of entertainment and now that sex has been injected they have to cover it? >> exactly. >> bill: what about peters at the top of the program being outraged by the time line saying you know what? here is another example of the obama administration knew it was going on, they buried it until after the election and going on and on and on and on. does that matter? >> well, i don't
trying to do. >> it makes you wonder is this what we saw in the second term of bill clinton where you know, the republicans now okay, we had a democrat win re-election and here we go with our efforts to impeach the president as dick morris said on election night over twitter let's impeach the president. >> bill: my question is what are the -- what's the fbi doing with this in the first place and why did the white house not know, dianne feinstein not know, pete hoekstra not know. but eric cantor did? who's in control of the fbi? nobody apparently. >> yeah, well i think also just not comically really because there's not a lot that's funny about this but the fact that the director of central intelligence can't keep interference out makes you wonder how good of a spy he was. >> bill: he did go to -- he told him and he said let's keep this -- >> but this isn't what we need to be talking about right now. >> bill: we'll talk about what this election means coming up next. take your calls at 1-866-55-press. and peter welsh fr
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